Lincoln sales are projected to run even with year-ago for May at about 7,300 units, despite an expected record monthly volume for the brand’s revamped MKZ sedan, top executives say. In April, Lincoln deliveries rose 15.9% from like-2012 levels to 7,615 units, WardsAuto data indicates, with the all-new ’13 MKZ midsize sedan driving that growth with a 106.7% gain. When Ford reports May sales Monday, the MKZ again will lead the way for the brand, which is attempting to regain ...

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